#TrapCover Is Here To Save Us From White Guys With Acoustic Guitars

26 February 2016, 12:23 | Updated: 8 May 2017, 17:09

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Woodrow Whyte

By Woodrow Whyte

It's lit.

We don't know if you caught this VERY CRINGE acoustic cover of Beyoncé's "Formation". Quite rightly, the internet was horrified. Why?

As Pitchfork described it, "Beyoncé is a black woman artist making black art for black women". Why does a white dude always have to come along and try to make the song into the most dreary, wet, bloodless Plain White T's song? Just hold back for once, y'know?

The internet, being the great place that it is, had the most hilarious response to it. 

Twitter user @NathanZed decided to post a trap cover of the Beatles "Hey Jude", inspired by the acoustic cover. of Beyonce's "Formation".

People obviously want bananas for it and starting doing there own, including this version of Vanessa Carlton's "A Thousand Miles".


Taylor Swift's "You Belong With Me". Obviously. 

"Hello B***H, Hello B***H, Hello B***H". Crying.

Omfg. Help.

Even the Frozen soundtrack wasn't safe.

How about Mulan's "Make A Man Out Of You"?

Double whammy with the Nirvana t-shirt in this one!

The Britney remix is here and it's pure FIYAH.

This tweet pretty summed it all up perfectly.